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Le Rire Zone

Created in 2017, “Le Rire Zone” presents franco-manitobans stand-up comedians and musicians. If you feel like having fun, go to this special event and laugh your head off!

Winnipeg International Storytelling Festival

Winnipeg International Storytelling Festival Storytelling on the Path to Peace Now in its 13th year in 2018, the Festival features regional, national, and international tellers, and encompasses a School Program and Public Events. Activities include: …

International Film Festival for Kids of All Ages

International Film Festival for Kids of All Ages Freeze Frame, the International Film Festival for Kids of All Ages was created to provide young people in Manitoba access to quality films and videos from around …

The Alliance Française

The Alliance Française is the largest cultural network in the world with 834 centers in 132 countries. Every year they offer classes to more than 490,000 students. In Canada, its network numbers 9 Alliance Française …

Students of the Winnipeg Art Gallery

SoWAG (Students of the Winnipeg Art Gallery) is a series of events organized by students who actively engage youth in the art world at the Museum of Fine Arts and beyond. The goal of the …

Folk Night at the Ship

Celebrate the upcoming summer days with francophone music! The Folk night at the Ship will become the “Folk Soirée en français”. Come and enjoy the performances of French-speaking artists such as The Sizzle Sisters, Liz …

Congrès annuel de l’ACPI

Each year, l’Association canadienne des professionnels de l’immersion (ACPI) organises a conference which is THE annual gathering of professionals in the immersion community from across the country. From Victoria to St-John’s, in passing by Yellowknife …

Concours Immersion Clip

The annual Concours Immersion Clip, by l’Association canadienne des professionnels de l’immersion (ACPI), invites students from grades 9 to 12 in French Immersion (secondary 3 to 5 in Quebec) enrolled full time at a secondary …

Jeunesse Franco-Yukon

The Comité Espoir Jeunesse, now Jeunesse Franco-Yukon (JeFY) was formed in 1995 by a group of young Francophones who wanted to get involved in the development of the community. The same enthusiasm can still be …

Conseil jeunesse provincial de la Nouvelle-Écosse

The Conseil jeunesse provincial Nova Scotia (CJP) is a group of young Francophones, Francophiles, Acadians and Acadian run by youth. The CJP represents and defends the interests of the youth of Acadia of Nova Scotia. …

FrancoFolies de Montréal

The Francofolies de Montréal festival exists since 1989, it is a huge music festival that lasts 9 days! Every year around mid-June, the Francos inaugurate the summer and take you on a journey through the …

British Columbia Francophone Calendar

The idea of creating a British Columbia Francophone calendar came from Ashton Ramsay, a young franco-columbian of 18-year-old. The Francophone Calendar of British Columbia was founded primarily to meet the demand of Francophone youth and …